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Sales for Regional Medical Laboratory, a division of St Johns, OK

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Current Employee - Sales in Oklahoma City, OK
Current Employee - Sales in Oklahoma City, OK

I have been working at St. John Health System full-time (More than a year)

Doesn't Recommend
Neutral Outlook
Disapproves of CEO
Doesn't Recommend
Neutral Outlook
Disapproves of CEO

Pros

You can negotiate a decent salary. Benefits package is okay...pretty good if you are a Tulsa employee.

*Re Salary: if you chose to take a sales position, negotiate the highest base that you can because you will NOT be paid squat in bonus. They make up every reason in the book not to pay. You don't get paid if the client is late with payment, or if they decide that they had any kind of remote relationship before you started calling on the patient, or if they are a partner in an office where another doctor is already using (that's just an added user, not a new client...the office is the client). Seriously. My commission checks (when I ever got one) was less than a thousand per quarter.

Cons

"Sales Organization" is a joke! No budget, NO training (they throw you a stack of business cards and tell you to go get 'em), SO many obstacles to sales...will not invest in patient service centers, they expect patients to drive 20-30 mins to a draw station when all other labs offer a service center on every corner, Interface for clients take at least 8 months, service will KILL you...they NEVER get it right from labs to pricing to billing...customers stay constantly frustrated until they quit (most do), the list goes on. Sales management is HORRIBLE....NONE have ever done sales of ANY kind...it's like having the receptionist telling the computer specialists how to do their jobs...CRAZY.

Advice to Management

Get someone who know what she's doing! There is a reason turnover in your sales department is constant....Hello, YOU'RE the common dominator! The part that cracked me up most is that, every time, I (or another rep) would discuss obstacles in the field or give suggestions to get more business, management would say something like, "We've heard this with many of the reps (before you, now fired), and we simply do not agree. You just have to work harder/be more convincing". In the short time I was there (less than 3 years), this company went through SEVEN reps. My manager had a load of old sales employees badges in his desk drawer...he called it the "sales graveyard". Cute.

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  1. Helpful (1)

    PSSI- Hard work, Compassion DOESNT PAY- THey do not live by their own Mission and Vallues

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tulsa, OK
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tulsa, OK

    I have been working at St. John Health System full-time (More than 10 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook

    Pros

    PSSI- OMNI Medical Group & St. John Physicians--The environment you create in your own office is your own success. Many dedicated employees and Physicians that come to work to help patients.

    Cons

    no employee appreciation. No pay increases. Many changes in rules that are vague, then they choose to use the rule to their advantage when it needs to be used. Dedication, Compassion and loyalty are not appreciated at any level. It is all about which Director can make the President happy, they run around making policies, changes and "data" to present to Dr. Young, then when presented, it is not what they thought he wanted, then back to the drawing board. Pay for all employees is very low. All are paid $3-5 less then other health systems and private medical facilities. Budget cuts this year included you cannot purchase a $1 calendar nor tape for a calculator (that is required tape for daily batches) The list goes on. It is not the best place to work if you would like your family and pay check to show how hard your loyalty/dedication is.

    Advice to Management

    PSSI "upper Management" needs to be evaluated. Daily activities are all surrounded by what they think Dr. Young is asking for which is all "data driven". Spend more time and focus on your employees, once you do so, you will see an increase in positive work environments, better morale and more production.


  2. It could be worse, but it could also be a lot better.

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    Current Employee - Pharmacy Technician in Springfield, MO
    Current Employee - Pharmacy Technician in Springfield, MO

    I have been working at St. John Health System

    Recommends
    No opinion of CEO
    Recommends
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Awesome and immediate benefits
    Pay is decent
    Job security is almost guaranteed
    Training is typically pretty great, seeing as how it's healthcare

    Cons

    Constantly short-staffed, so you have to work a lot harder to make up for it
    Management is pressured with money issues, like most big companies
    Management doesn't always have time to listen to the "little people"
    Not much appreciation shown for doing a good job
    Tons of favoritism

    Advice to Management

    Keep places fully staffed, you're screwing your employees over (and we know it) when you don't bother to get somebody hired for months at a time. Work out some way to show appreciation.


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